AWARDS AND SPRING 2021 UPDATES

Spring 2021 Newsletter


Awards

KPMG Best Paper Award

KPMG Best Paper Award – will be awarded each year to one (1) of the papers presented at the Annual Meeting. In order for a paper to be considered, at least one (1) author must be a member of the Section. Nominations are not required, and the winning paper is chosen by the Annual Meeting Program Chairs.

2021

 Shirly Lu

2020

Margaret E. Knight and Regina Taylor

2019

Yugi Gu and Connie X. Mao

2018

Yun-Sheng Chen and Wei-Chuan Kao

2017

Cristina Bailey, Steve Buchheit, and Kevin Kim

2016

Robert L. Webster and Kevin L. Hammond

2015

Buchheit, Dalton, Harp, and Hollinsworth

2014

Jeffrey Cohen, Derek Dalton, Nancy Harp, and Jeffrey McMillan

2013

Simon Ho, Yuansha Li, Kinsun Tam, and Feida Zhang

2012

Jing Lu and Irene Herremans

2011

Eric N. Johnson, D. Jordan Lowe, and Philip M.J. Reckers

2010

Ferdinand Gul, Chung-ki Min, Bin Srinidhi

2009

Nahid Aslanbeigui, Nancy Uddin, Guy Oakes

2008

Mark Anderson; Rajiv Banker; Rong Huang; Jiangxia Liu

2007

D’Arcy Beck, Ingrid Ulstad, and James Rundall

2006

Timothy Fogarthy, Paul Michael Goldwater and Steven W. Thornburg

2005

Eric N. Johnson, D. Jordan Lowe and Philip M. Reckers


KPMG Outstanding Dissertation Award

An Outstanding Dissertation Award will be awarded each year to the outstanding dissertation selected from dissertations submitted for consideration that were completed in the prior calendar year. The winning dissertation need not be focused solely on gender issues and worklife balance, but must include some aspects of gender issues and worklife balance. The selection will be made by a Committee co-chaired by the President and Vice-President of Research. Nominations must be submitted by a Section member to Committee Chairs Maria Leach maria.leach@usd.edu  or Nancy Harp nharp@clemson.edu by March 1 for dissertations completed in the prior calendar year.  

2021

 Phaylinh Nosavan Prang

2020

Hannah Michelle Russell

2019

Dr. Donald L. Ariail

2018

Gwendolyn Parrish Meador

2017

Lawrence A. Lettau

2016

Lorna Thomas

2015

W. Brian Dowis

2014

Julie Marie Wallace

2013

Dr. Cindy Scholten Greenman

2012

Kris Hardies

2011

Judy L. Croxford

2010

Jason T. Brooks

2009

Charles M. Smith, Jr.

2008

Dewain L. Lee

2007

Fengbin Chang

2006

Don Ariail

2005

Frederick J. Feucht


KPMG Outstanding Published Manuscript Award

An Outstanding Published Manuscript Award will be awarded each year to the outstanding manuscript selected from published articles published in the prior calendar year submitted to the Section for consideration. The winning manuscript need not be focused solely on gender issues and worklife balance, but must include some aspects of gender issues and worklife balance. In order for a manuscript to be considered, at least one author must be a member of the section. The selection will be made by a Committee co-chaired by the President and Vice-President of Research. Nominations must be submitted to Committee Chairs Maria Leach maria.leach@usd.edu or Nancy Harp nharp@clemson.edu by March 1 for manuscripts published in the prior calendar year.  

2021

 Hannah Michelle Russell, D.L. Ariail, Katherine Taken Smith & L.M. Smith

2020

Michelle McEacharn, Katherine Boswell, Kriti Chauhan and Sarah O. Siereveld

2019

Dr. Hannah Michelle Russell and Dr. Lawrence Murphy Smith

2018

Jenifer Axtell, L. Murphy Smith, and Wayne Tervo

2017

Tracy Rebecca, Brower, K.T. Smith and L.M. Smith

2016

Stefan Linnhoff, K.T. Smith, and L.M. Smith

2015

Arundhati Rao, Leslee Higgins and Jane Baird

2014

Katherine Taken Smith, L. Murphy Smith, and Paul Ashcroft; Leda Nath, Lori Holder, and Jeffrey Cohen

2013

1. Donald L. Ariail, Mohammad J. Abdolmohammadi, L. Murphy Smith
2. Eric N. Johnson, D. Jordan Lowe, Philip M. J. Recker

2012

1. Hugh M. H. Colaco, Paul Myers, and Mindell Reiss Nitkin
2. Katherine Taken Smith, L. Murphy Smith, and Tracy Rebecca Brower

2011

Alan Webb, Scott Jeffrey and Axel Schulz

2010

Fred J. Feucht, Stanley H. Kratchman, Katherine T. Smith, L. Murphy Smith

2009

Eric Johnson, D. Jordan Lowe, Philip M.J. Reckers

2008

Craig Keller, Katherine T. Smith, and L. Murphy Smith

2007

William R. Pasewark and Ralph Viator

2006

L. Murphy Smith, Katherine T. Smith and Elizabeth T. Mulig

2005

Elizabeth Almer, Jeffrey Cohen and Loiuse Single

KPMG Mentoring Award


A Mentoring Award will be awarded each year to a special mentor (female or male) who has affected the lives of students in accounting. Nominated candidates (men and women) will be judged on the following criteria: a) Demonstrated significant mentoring of women and men in the accounting profession; mentoring will be measured by the levels of achievement of those women and men; b) A demonstration of such activities for at least ten years. The selection will be made by a Committee co-chaired by President and President-Elect of the Section. The award will be given each year to the most outstanding person nominated. Nominations must be submitted by March 1 to Committee Chairs Maria Leach maria.leach@usd.edu or Anna Vysotskaya avysotskaya@hse.ru. The award winner cannot be a recipient of this award in the preceding five year period.

2021

 Ray Elson & Steve Buchheit

2020

Doug Prawitt

2019

Dr. James J. Benjamin

2018

Arundhati Rao and Anita Reed

2017

Andrea R. Drake

2016

Margaret Tanner

2015

Michael Shaub

2014

Holly Rudolph

2013

Dr. Marsha M. Huber

2012

Don Chamberlain

2011

Jeff Miller

2010

Susanne O’Callaghan

2009

Michelle McEacharn

2008

Stanley H. Kratchman

2007

Jeff Cohen

2006

Ellen Cook

2005

Robert H. Strawser

Outstanding Service Award – President

2020

Derek Dalton

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